The demonstrative adjectives are this, that, these, and those. A demonstrative adjective is used to modify a noun to point out or demonstrate a specific item(s).
This bag is not mine. That one is mine.
This and that modify singular nouns; whereas, these and those modify plural nouns.
Remember, the word "kind" is singular, and these and those modify plural nouns.
These kind of things.
These kinds of things.
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Enumeration of adjectives
Click on the demonstrative adjective: